Why did local governments become administratively important in the early years of the Republic?

a. They became important because the Constitution instructed them to implement all federal laws. b. They became important because the Constitution instructed them to implement all state laws. c. They became important because states lacked the administrative capability to implement laws and relied, therefore, on local governments. d. They became important because Congress passed many laws that emphasized the role of local government in implementing federal laws. e. They became important because the Supreme Court ruled that only local governments had the authority to implement laws under the Constitution.

Answer:

B

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